I'm looking for an EDC firearm for concealed carry. I want to print as little as possible. I live in a hot climate and don't wear shorts very often, so I sweat. Actually, everybody here sweats, even if they ARE wearing shorts. It also rains very heavily at times.
I probably can't carry at work. That's just something to deal with. Whether at work or not, I wear a lot of button-down shirts that are designed to be tucked in. On weekends, I wear shirts mostly tucked, because that keeps them from riding up over my belly and lower back.
I mostly wear t-shirts around the house and when running errands and such, and I generally tuck them too because I think untucked shirts don't make me look casual, they make me look sloppy.
Currently, I'm looking at single-stack/compact 9mm firearms such as the Glock 43 and Springfield XDS-9. I've shot both of them, along with dozens of other 9mm and .380 models. I think for my EDC I want to go with a 9mm.
I want to be able to pocket-carry as an option, but I can't figure out how to empty the front pocket on my dominant side, and after all that, a 9mm might be too big for my pockets anyway.
Left (non-dominant): Wallet, keys, car key fobs, pocket knife (sometimes), multi-tool (sometimes)
Right (dominant): money (bills), loose change (sometimes a lot), pocket knife AND multi-tool (usually)
My back pockets are always empty because putting anything in them could exacerbate my lower back pain.
I need some ideas, both for moving stuff out of my right front pocket and for choosing a firearm that will allow me to carry concealed in either IWB or pocket. Your thoughts?